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    Timothy H. Brubaker, Miami University

    The pace of change in contemporary society has had an enormous impact on the workings of its most important institution, the family. This series of volumes explores the various dimensions of societal change and how the family is changing with them. Each edited volume contains the latest theory and research from leading scholars in the family field on a topic of contemporary concern. Special attention is paid to the impact of this research on the work being done by family therapists, family life educators, and family policymakers.

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    • Timothy H. Brubaker (ed.) FAMILY RELATIONS: Challenges for the Future

    Other series volumes are in preparation.

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    Dedication

    This volume is dedicated to the contributors to the Family and Child Studies Center Lecture Series, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio.

    Acknowledgments

    While the development of any edited volume is the result of numerous individuals working in a cooperative way, this one is unique because it is the first volume supported in part by contributors to the Miami University Family and Child Studies Lecture Series. Nearly one half of the chapters presented here were originally presented as lectures at Miami University and then revised for inclusion here. The contributors to the Family and Child Studies Lecture Series are recognized for their support of the initial presentations.

    Numerous individuals within the Family and Child Studies Center participated in the completion of this project. Foremost is Mary Tharp, who professionally prepared correspondence in organizing the contributions and devoted numerous hours to typing the combined reference list. Without her, this book would not have been completed. Judy A. Kimberly spent many hours on a variety of mundane tasks associated with the project. Her willingness to assist in any way, as well as the cheerfulness with which she performed her assignments, are greatly appreciated. In addition, Maureen Callahan, Paula Dolloff, Connie Ferger, Joni Schweier, and Katherine Stoops provided assistance in immeasurable ways. Appreciation is expressed to all of these individuals who persevered through the turbulence of change and the doldrums of procrastination.

    Mitch Allen of Sage is a person whose encouragement, patience, and wisdom have influenced this volume. Not only has Mitch's support been unwavering, but his commitment to scholarship is commendable. Without him, the information within this the book could not have been completed. His high level of professionalism and his friendship are appreciated.

    The support of the Family and Child Studies Center of Miami University is recognized. In addition to providing support for the lecture series, the center provides an environment in which to pursue intriguing ideas.

    To all, a hearty thanks for completing a voyage that took much longer than expected but its completion is celebrated. Thanks for the support.

    Series Editor's Preface

    The pace of change in contemporary society has had an enormous impact on the workings of its most important institution, the family. This series of volumes explores the various dimensions of societal change and how the family is changing with them. Each edited volume contains the latest theory and research from leading scholars in the family field on a topic of contemporary concern. Special attention is paid to the impact of this research on the work being done by family therapists, family life educators and family policymakers.

    TimothyH.Brubaker, Miami University
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    Author Index

    About the Contributors

    Margaret Arcus is a Professor in Family Sciences in the School of Family and Nutritional Sciences at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver. She has published numerous articles on family life education and has been active in the National Council on Family Relations.

    Timothy H. Brubaker is Professor in the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences and is Director of the Family and Child Studies Center at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. His books include Family Relationships in Later Life (1990, 1988), Family Caregivers and Dependent Elderly (coauthored, 1984), Later Life Families (1985), Aging, Health and Family (edited, 1987), and Families in Rural America (coedited, 1988). His research has been published in a number of scholarly journals, and he has contributed chapters to many books. Currently, he is editor of Family Relations, published by the National Council on Family Relations.

    Marilyn Coleman is Professor and Chair of the Department of Human Development and Family Studies at the University of Missouri-Columbia. She has coauthored nearly 60 articles and one book, Bibliotherapy With Stepchildren (1988). She has conducted remarriage and stepfamily research for more than 10 years and also has investigated the effects of family structure stereotyping, sex-role stereotyping, marital expectations, and divorce. She has made presentations and conducted workshops throughout the United States and in Europe.

    Beth C. Emery is Assistant Professor of Human Sciences at Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro. Her research interests are focused on violence in premarital relationships, interpersonal communication skills, conflict, and feminist methodology.

    Judith L. Fischer is a Professor in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies at Texas Tech University, Lubbock. Her research has appeared in numerous scholarly journals. She focuses her research on adolescence, transitions in young adulthood, and family development across the life course.

    Lawrence H. Ganong is Professor of Human Development and Family Studies/Nursing at the University of Missouri-Columbia. He has coauthored nearly 60 articles and one book, Bibliotherapy With Stepchildren (1988). He has conducted remarriage and stepfamily research for more than 10 years and also has investigated the effects of family structure stereotyping, sex-role stereotyping, marital expectations, and divorce. He has made presentations and conducted workshops throughout the United States and Europe.

    Charles B. Hennon is a Professor in the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences and Associate Director of the Family and Child Studies Center, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. His research focuses on divorce, family stress, and international family patterns. His research has been published in numerous scholarly journals and books.

    Joan Huber is Senior Vice-President for Academic Affairs and Provost at The Ohio State University, Columbus. Her major research interest is in the macrosociology of gender stratification. She served as president of the American Sociological Association in 1989.

    Anthony P. Jurich is a Professor of Human Development and Family Studies at Kansas State University where he works with the accredited Marriage and Family Therapy Program. He is the coauthor of Marital and Family Therapy: New Perspectives in Theory, Research, and Practice (1983) and has published more than 100 articles and book chapters.

    He has served as Chair of the Family Therapy Section of the National Council on Family Relations and has served on its Board of Directors. He was the 1988 winner of the Osborne Award for Outstanding Teaching. He is presently the secretary of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy and is a clinical member and Fellow of that organization.

    Judy A. Kirnberly is a master's candidate in Family Studies and assistant at the Family and Child Studies Center at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. Her research interests are focused around sociocultural and ethnic differences between families.

    Sally A. Lloyd is Professor and Chair of Family and Consumer Sciences at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. Her research interests include family violence, interaction in abusive relationships, courtship violence, courtship processes, and conflict. In addition to numerous articles and chapters, she is the coauthor (with R. Cate) of the forthcoming book Courtship.

    Hamilton I. McCubbin is Dean and Professor, School of Family Resources and Consumer Sciences, University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is currently the Director of the Family Stress, Coping and Health Project. His recent work focuses on family responses to economic stress in both rural and urban communities with special interest in the development of measures of family coping and adaptation. He is particularly interested in ethnic minority families.

    Marilyn A. McCubbin is Assistant Professor, School of Nursing, University of Wisconsin-Madison, and codirector of the graduate program in community health nursing. She is currently principal investigator for a five-year NIH-funded study on parent and family adaptation to the initial diagnosis and long-term care of a child with a chronic health condition. She is particularly interested in families and chronic illness.

    David H. Olson, Ph.D., is Professor, Family Social Science at the University of Minnesota, St. Paul. He is past President of the National Council on Family Relations (NCFR) and has published more than 100 articles and 20 books in the marriage and family field. He has developed the Circumplex Model of Family Systems, which is used as the theoretical base for more than 600 ongoing studies. He is on the editorial board of eight family journals. He is a Fellow in the American Psychological Association (APA) and the American Association of Marital and Family Therapists (AAMFT).

    Douglas R. Powell is Professor and Head, Department of Child Development and Family Studies, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana. He has conducted research on the processes and effects of parent educational support programs, and was founder and director of a parent-child support program in a low-income neighborhood while serving on the faculty at the Merrill-Palmer Institute in Detroit. Professor Powell has published extensively and currently is Editor of the Early Childhood Research Quarterly.

    Candyce S. Russell is the Vera Mowery McAninch Professor of Human Development and Family Studies at Kansas State University where she is Director of the accredited Marriage and Family Therapy Program. She is coauthor of Circumplex Model: Systemic Assessment and Treatment of Families (1989) and has published in the area of marital and family functioning. She is past secretary of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy and is a clinical member and Fellow of that organization.

    Donna L. Sollie is an Associate Professor in the Department of Family and Child Development at Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama. She has published numerous articles in scholarly journals, focusing on transitions during young adulthood and factors that influence satisfaction in marriages and friendships.

    Anne I. Thompson is the Assistant Dean, School of Family Resources and Consumer Sciences, University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is currently the Associate Director of the Family Stress, Coping and Health Project. Her most recent work focuses on family types, functioning, and stabilizing forces in family life. She is particularly interested in women and work.

    Patricia Voydanoff is Director of the Center for the Study of Family Development, University of Dayton. She is the author of Work and Family Life (1987), coauthor of Adolescent Sexuality and Pregnancy (1990), editor of Work and Family: Changing Roles of Men and Women(1984), and coeditor of Families and Economic Distress: Coping Strategies and Social Policy (1988) and The Changing Family: Reflections on Familiaris Consortio (1984). She is editor of the Journal of Family Issues.

    Steven K. Wisensale is an Associate Professor of Public Policy in the School of Family Studies at the University of Connecticut. A political scientist by training, he received his Ph.D. in Social Welfare Policy from the Heller School at Brandeis University. His research to date has focused primarily on family policy at the state level and he has published his work in such journals as Policy Studies Review, The Gerontologist, Public Administration Review, Family Relations, and Journal of Management Science and Policy Analysis. His teaching responsibilities include courses on family policy, family law, aging policy, and planning and managing human service programs.


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